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Relative Pronouns and How to Use Them

 

 

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What are relative pronouns?

 

The most commonly used relative pronouns are: who, whom, whose, which, and that. A relative pronoun is used to connect a clause or phrase to a noun or pronoun.

A relative pronoun is a pronoun that introduces a relative clause. Here is an example: The person who called me last night is my sister.

Relative clauses tell us more about people and things:

subjectsObjectsPossessive
whowho / whomwhose
whichwhichwhose
thatthat

 

We use relative clauses

  • that, who and whom for people
  • that and which for things

 

For Example:

  • Tom is the man that discovered the screwdriver.
  • This is the bike which Paul built.
  • We can’t find the tennis ball that we play tennis with.
  • We don’t know the person who donated this money.

 

No relative pronoun

we can also leave out the relative pronoun when it is the complement of a preposition.

For Example:

  • He was at the restaurant which I was telling you about.

 

 

 

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1.
This movie is about a little boy has lost his parents in a car accident.
2.
I have to buy a present for my mother birthday is next week.
3.
That is the book the teacher recommended reading in class.
4.
He didn't tell us he made such an irresponsible decision.
5.
It was midnight the rescue team arrived at the scene of the accident.
6.
Is this the hotel you are staying for the tournament?
7.
He is the young man father went abroad for five years.
8.
Tom likes the house he was born in.
9.
This dress is made of silk, is a very expensive material.
10.
What is the name of the prison Nelson Mandela stayed?
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